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Friday, April 22, 2016

“The Joy of Spring” Choral Concert Set Fort Sunday, May 1 At Coudersport CMA Church

“The Joy of Spring” Choral Concert

The Coudersport choral groups, North Country Voices and Second Chances will be presenting “The Joy of Spring” Choral Concert, on Sunday. May 1, at 3:00 PM at the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, which is located on Route 49 in Coudersport. 

The program will feature the music of contemporary composers such as “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus, “Set Me As a Seal” by Rene Clausen, “How Can I Keep From Singing?” arranged by Z. Randall Stroope, and “And So It Goes” by Billy Joel; American folk songs, “My Shepherd Will Supply My Need” arranged by Mack Wilberg, “The Gift of Love” arranged by Hal H. Hopson, and a spiritual “Set Down Servant” arranged by Robert Shaw. A richly romantic ballad “All the things You Are” from the musical “Very Warm For May” composed by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein and a creative inspiring arrangement of “How Great Thou Art” by Dan Forrest will round out the program.

The vocalists in these performing groups include Ted Bear, Alice Buchanan, Barbara Busch, Donald Comes, Dick Darrin, Patty Giannotti, Aleisha Greeley, David Hauber, Amanda Hershey, Rose Hershey, Joseph Kellert, Steve Limeburner, Kathy Mitchell, Ann Myers, Kay Saler, Stephen Sevinsky, John Sherer, Bob Smith, Dennis Smoker, Kris Smoker, Linda Swift, Linda Todd, Sandy Vought, and Betty Wallace. The program will feature flautists Aleisha Greeley and Kim Updegraff. The choral groups are accompanied by Anne McCleary at the piano and are directed by Gloria Richardson. 

Presently members represent the Coudersport community and the towns of Austin, Genesee, Smethport and Ulysses. The singers’ ages span a fifty year period, from twenty years of age, extending to those who are seventy plus. The members have always been most grateful for the encouragement and support of an appreciative audience.

You are cordially invited to attend this afternoon concert of choral music. A free will offering will be graciously accepted and the program will be followed by a social gathering and light refreshments.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Is that Bob Smith the same guy they call "Smitty" who had the music store many years back? Or is that the Bob Smith who use to be the school principle at Northern Potter and now has the Seals' Lumber? Smitty that I remember used to be called the Dick Clark of Coudersport. He has a good set of pipes so I am guessing that is him. Way to go Smitty! They should let you do a solo. Keep on making music old buddy. Kudos and dildines to those who keep the music alive.
--Theode

Anonymous said...

Yes that is the one and only Schmitty. He is a Coudersport institution. Some call him the Deacon or the Filly Fanatic. He sings tenure in the chorus and he has been in umpteen town plays.